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Guta Live at The Blind Tiger on 2006-04-22

by Guta

Topics Live concert


Disc 1

1. Improper Motion
2. Your Spell
3. The Moon
4. Wicked Fire
5. Francine
6. Deep End
7. Peg
8. New Creature
9. Over Our Heads
10. Gina Gentry
11. 72


Disc 2

1. Rotweiller
2. Shine Bone
3. Music and Art
4. I Think I'll Do Without
5. Clone
6. Badfish
7. Equity
8. Please Wait
9. Push


Collection Guta
Band/Artist Guta
Venue The Blind Tiger
Location Greensboro, NC

Source Matrix: SBD (L/R Channels delayed seperately 21.5' via 2 Behringer Shark DSP110's) + AKG 483(ORTF/DFC/FOB)>Oade Mod UA-5>JB3 Optical-In (.wav @ 44.1KHz)
Lineage JB3>Firewire>Soundforge 8.0>CD Wave>.flac16
Taped by joel at jamlivedotorg
Transferred by joel at jamlivedotorg

Reviews

Reviewer: cdub74 - - June 26, 2010
Subject: who said more...........
My boys got like 50 plus original songs....Teddy Sablon front man for Guta is an amazing artist/individual/singersong writer ...This cat rocks Keeep Watching for GUTA and other side projects like the Phosphenes, Teddy Sablon solo, and his brother Drew Sablon .........Elizabeth City Representin'
Reviewer: phishphreak2009 - - May 30, 2007
Subject: 4 Stars!
I am glad this is on here so I can finally listen to some live Guta. Check out their CD, Rhythm Central. They also have another CD with only a few songs on it, Preview of Coming Attractions. This band has a good unique sound, but they need to come out with some more material. Just a note about the songlist the song "Shinebone" is actually "Rotweiller". Not sure if any others are wrong or not. Thanks for putting this show up!
Reviewer: BohemianJM - - June 27, 2006
Subject: I like it
Randomly stumbled into this band and was pleasantly surprised. The sound is cool and diverse, with lots of reggae vibe, mellow and fine all around.
Reviewer: Vuocolo - - June 21, 2006
Subject: Worth a listen
I just tuned in to this one at random. Don't really know anything about the band. Recording is nice and clean and the tunes are pretty good. Show meanders through several genres/styles. Jam and Reggae influences stand out early. Moves into some good ol' rock riffs later, a hint of rockabilly toward the end, and a G. Love style rap thrown in for good measure. Definitely worth a listen. I'd give it 3 and half if half stars were available.
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